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dc.contributor.authorDillenburg, Crislept_BR
dc.contributor.authorBarros, Hélio L.pt_BR
dc.contributor.authorMileski, Thaysept_BR
dc.contributor.authorStefani, Valterpt_BR
dc.description.abstractBloodstains are the most common and useful type of physical evidence in crime investigation. The detection and examination of bloodstains are of great value in the reconstruction of a crime scene and linking a criminal or the victim with the crime scene. There is a wide variety of chemicals available for detecting bloodstains and enhancing bloody fingermarks, however, they have several associated challenges. For instance, they are generally unsuitable for dark and multi-colored substrates.pt_BR
dc.subjectAmido Blackpt_BR
dc.subjectRio Grande do Sulpt_BR
dc.subjectInstituto Geral de Perícias do RSpt_BR
dc.titleFluorescent Benzazole Dyes for Bloodstain Detection and Bloody Fingermark Enhancementpt_BR
dc.typeArtigo - SUSPpt_BR
dc.description.otherInclui notas explicativas, bibliográficas e fontes adicionais indicadas pelo editor. Texto em português. O acesso aos artigos do SUSP é público. Compete a Secretaria de Gestão e Ensino em Segurança Pública - Segen disponibilizar itens relacionados à temática técnica e científica das instituições do Susp na Biblioteca Digital, sendo a curadoria digital homologada pela Biblioteca do MJSP.pt_BR
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